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Featured Articles from the Fall 2005 Issue

Out Here Magazine - Fall 2005

Finding Her Way

Jeff Schmidt has had a few farm hands in the years since he's run his family's dairy farm, but one in particular amazed him — his teenaged daughter, Nicole.

Nicole filled in on the family’s 400-acre Wisconsin dairy farm when Jeff's father, Louie, had health problems that forced him to take time off.

"She'd get up and milk at 4 a.m. and then she'd come home from school and milk cows again — and she still carried a 4.0 (grade point average)," says Jeff, the amazement still in his voice.

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The Beautiful Art Of Tatting Lace

Ama Lou Daniel squints a bit as she winds thread onto a stainless steel tatting shuttle — a tool to craft exquisite, delicate lace. Truth be told, she probably could do it with her eyes closed.

Mrs. Daniel has been threading shuttles for most of her 103 years and she's made hundreds of finely detailed lace pieces treasured by those to whom she's given them.

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Harvest Your Own Garden Seeds

Turn this year's garden into next year's crop of free plants by harvesting your own seeds.

Whether it's a top-performing tomato or a particularly fragrant flower, seed saving is an easy and fun way to share seeds, continue a planting tradition, or keep alive a favorite variety for years, says C.L. Fornari, an Osterville, MS, garden speaker and consultant.

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Find Your Power In A Generator

When storms knock out the power, it's usually when we want electricity the most. A portable generator can help weather the storm, but how do you choose?

First, size up what you need it for, says John Gird, energy analyst for the Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative. Then, oversize it.

"It's worth it in the long run," Gird says. Paying a little more is better than overloading and ending up back in the dark.

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Add flavorful new dishes to your dinner table with these tasty recipes submitted by Out Here readers.

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Out Here magazine is a quarterly publication from Tractor Supply Co. celebrating the rural lifestyle.
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